Paul Ryan

After working with Marshall McLuhan at Fordham University, Paul Ryan became an experimental video artist. Using video recording and replay, Mr. Ryan invented a stable repertoire of behaviors for three people which he presented in various art venues including The Primitivism Show at Museum of Modern Art in NYC. Subsequently, he developed and implemented successful programs in education and worker training based on three person collaboration. His program for a Hall of Risk in lower Manhattan appeared in the Venice Biennial. NASA published his Earthscore Notational System. Mr. Ryan authored Cybernetics of the Sacred and Video Mind, Earth Mind. His articles have appeared in Radical Software, IS Journal, Millennium, Leonardo, Terra Nova, The American Journal of Semiotics and Semiotica. Currently he is an Associate Professor in the Graduate Media Studies Program at The New School in New York City.

Bibliography from Purdue University Press